So it’s happened to all of us. THE seminar, THE panel, THE coach, THE speaker, THE book – That idea or series of ideas that lights a fire under us and inspires us to take … Continue reading Implementation, Hesitation, and Paralyzation
Are you a disciplined person?Many of us KNOW what we should do. FEW of us actually do it. Wikipedia.com: In its original sense, discipline is systematic instruction intended to train a person, sometimes literally called a disciple, in a … Continue reading The Disciplined Person
That I struggled with depression my entire life. That my father left before I was a year old. That I was addicted to prescription medication that nearly killed me. That I weighed 213 pounds recently. … Continue reading Knowing me now, you might not guess:
A fear based individual will often react and retract when feeling like they are in a place “danger”. Take away the fear and feeling of “desperation” and allow them to bring their best side of … Continue reading Take Fear off the Table
Prospective homebuyers are a diverse breed. There are those who know what they want and will make a good offer the minute they find a home meeting their criteria. There are those who need to … Continue reading What To Do If a Buyer Says “Maybe”
On the first day of licensing, my broker gave to me, A Red Book Called MREA On the second day of licensing, my broker gave to me, Two lists to call on, and A Red Book … Continue reading 12 days of Real Estate
This morning, I spent time in clarity. Decided to lay out what I really want in life. I haven’t decided what I’m truly willing to commit to, and yet I thought it important to put … Continue reading My Business, Family Plan Affirmation Style
I got a message this morning about how to find a big why. My friend asked “Is it a GCI goal, or a travel goal, or a “I want to change lives of my children … Continue reading How do I find my Big Why?
“I do it for the Garlic Knots”
What a beautiful, fantastic, perfect response. This is what my ISA Tyler (who was actually hired as ISM (Inside Sales Manager) with the goal to BUILD and lead an ISA/OSA team) said to me today when I asked him why he applies so much focus and purpose to what he does. We barely see him. He comes in and starts dialing. He doesn’t eat lunch with us, and he only comes out to ask a system question or hand off a lead.
It’s a good thing we don’t remember our birth. What a traumatic experience, being thrust from the safety and warmth of the only home we’d ever known. Born naked, cold, and vulnerable, we are completely unprotected. … Continue reading Born Sad